Ice Soldiers 2014

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(16) IMDb 4.2/10
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Buried beneath the Arctic ice since the Cold War, genetically modified Soviet soldiers have been rediscovered, reactivated and are ready to unleash devastating destruction. They are cold-blooded killing machines with super-human strength and one man, a scientist who has been searching for them his entire life, will try to stop the carnage before they complete their terrifying, top-secret mission.

Starring:
Dominic Purcell, Adam Beach
Runtime:
1 hour 35 minutes

Available in HD on supported devices

Ice Soldiers

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Product Details

Genres Action & Adventure
Director Sturla Gunnarsson
Starring Dominic Purcell, Adam Beach
Supporting actors Michael Ironside, Gabriel Hogan
Studio Sony Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Drury on 11 May 2014
Format: Blu-ray
This actually is not such a bad movie, I like good fun trashy low budget movies as why I wanted to watch this, but in fact its rather quite a decent budget film with great arctic surroundings and sets, the story is good and easy to follow, basically 3 super soldiers on a mission go missing after killing a load of people and 50 years later they are found on ice after freezing and wake up to continue their mission, it has hints of universal soldier I guess but this movie spares us the method of how they got to become what they are and we jump straight into the action, the cast is good with a short role from Michael Ironside which is always cool, overall its a pretty enjoyable thriller and worth checking out.
Good Blu-ray quality especially with the snow scenes, no special features!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 2 Mar 2014
Format: DVD
During the Cuban missile crisis, three genetically altered Russian soldiers who look like albino Frankenstein triplets, crash in the Arctic. They are found by the US military. The soldiers kill all the Americans, rape a doctor (Carinne Leduc) and go missing. 50 years later, 50 year old Dr. Malraux (Dominic Purcell) leads a combination group of military and oil people to locate them. Malraux is young looking and keeps a picture of the raped woman in his room. It isn't hard to see this one coming.

After they find the three frozen, guess what happens next? Deja Vu all over again. You won't want to miss the exciting ending when Malraux confronts the genetically altered man with light sabers...okay maybe not light sabers.

Boring in every aspect

Parental Guide: Stripper Nudity. Off screen rape.No F-bombs I that recall.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Mason TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 25 Oct 2014
Format: DVD
This is an enjoyable, action packed sci-fi thriller.
It is clearly a re-invention of the film Universal Soldier, which starred Dolph Lundgren and Jean Claude Van Damme, with a pinch of Blade Runner thrown into the mix.
It's 1962, the time of the Cuban missile crisis, and a Russian scientist named Stempke is producing genetically modified super soldiers. They're blonde, 6 feet 5 inches tall, 16 stone of solid muscle, and at least twice as strong as ordinary men. They basically look like Rutger Hauer's android in Blade Runner. The soldiers are being secreted into the USA and Canada, with a view to carrying out terrorist attacks.
A scientific research crew in the Canadian Arctic discover three of the soldiers buried in steel coffins in the snow. The crew comprise 25 men and 1 women. Suffice it to say, the super soldiers thaw out and the crew suffer unfortunate consequences.
Fifty years later, an oil company, along with some soldiers, visit the research station where the atrocities were carried out. One of the group is a doctor, Dr Andrew Melraux, who's played by Dominic Purcell (famous for his role as the older brother in the TV series Prison Break). Michael Ironside has a short-lived cameo role. Melraux wants to trace the missing bodies of the three Russian super soldiers.
It's a case of déjà vu when the group find the soldiers, the soldiers get thawed out, and then wreak havoc again. The soldiers escape and Melraux goes off in hot pursuit. The final half hour is an exciting face off between the bad guys and Melraux, which takes place in a place called Oil Town, and ultimately back in the snowbound tundra.
The film's setting in the snow and ice is atmospheric and very eye-catching.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ANDREW1971 on 9 Sep 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
I read the review that is the most critical of this film & found it mostly non helpful.
This movie is a very original story of 3 experimental Russian soldiers who were caught in Alaska in the Cold War but after killing all their captures & raping (no grotesque rape scene on full nudity in the whole film)the female scientist given the task to study these 3 super soldiers,the 3 escape but in Alaska they freeze.Skip on 50 years to present day & an excavation is under way to find these 3 soldiers bodies to obtain then before anyone else can (although 1 of the scientists has an ulterior motive t o do so.
In short this movie is thankfully not a cheap nasty Terminator rip off or trying to be like any of the other masses of movies about Super Soldiers whose film budget laughably falls well below what was needed.Instead you have a well written & acted movie that is entertaining & easy viewing.
Well worth a view on Amazon Prime.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By graham jarvis on 23 Aug 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Not a bad film, but then not a brilliant one either, it killed an evening. Super Russian soldiers who have a nasty tendancy for being frozen in ice and then thawed out again. Pretty much a no brainer movie
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not the most imaginative of plots,most of it i could see coming a mile away,without giving too much of the plot away,how many times do you revive 3 homicidal maniacs under minimum security and expect to get away with i!,still greed will drive people.!
despite the plot flaws,still pretty entertaining if you don't want to work too hard,i guess they could have ended it with"see you after another 50 years".
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By Kandi C on 3 Oct 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
Enjoyed this Movie, a bit predictable and knew basically how the storyline was going to pan out! still all the same was watchable and okay to watch.
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